I have been with my husband for 11 years now. I love him but I don't think Jessie likes him. Is that possible? One of me loves him an another doesn't. My husband keeps saying "Sometimes I feel like you just don't love me." I really think it is because Jessie has been up front and is not able to show affection to him. Or doesn't want to show him affection. She is young though, 14. What should we expect from her? She still dreams of falling in love but I have already done that. Any ideas on how to get Jessie and my husband to understand each other would be helpful. Should I tell him that part of me doesn't love him? That would break his heart. She is only 14 and is still very angry and bitter at the things that have happened to her. I wasn't around when they happened.
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